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Hello everyone,

I am currently working on my MSC in Audiology at Western. It's my second year. This year I am begining research with a professor who is associated with Psychology and audiology, so it will be an interesting mix of information!

This week was orientation for the new students. I was involved with helping out with introducing the students to the school and professors...When I met the students I saw one girl who looked very very familiar. It took me a minute to realize who she was...she recognized me right away. Her name is Andrea and she was one of the students in the stats class while I was a TA. What a small world! Paul, she said you had written her a lovely reference letter, and as you may already know, she was accepted into speech language pathology!

Wish you all goodluck with your studies this year, Michelle

-- Anonymous, September 05, 2002


Thanks Michelle for your lovely posting.

I do remember Andrea well. Please give her my regards and ask her to send me e-mail so I'll know her address. Perhaps she would like to view the TA forum and even write her own comment here! (Give her the URL and password.) I don't specifically recall sending a letter for her to Western but I do know she was very focussed on entering some field of rehabilitation and had prepared intensively for years. I believe she applied to several different programs. (I just reviewed the letter I wrote!) I'm so pleased with Andrea's success in getting into the audiology program.

Is there some connection between my hearing loss and now having two students in audiology?

Michelle: congratulations on reaching the second year of your program. Keep all of us posted on your research work.


-- Anonymous, September 05, 2002

On re-reading my posting, I realized that I had missed that Andrea is in speech pathology program, not the audiology program that Michelle is in. I'm sure these are related, but different programs.

-- Anonymous, September 05, 2002

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